wataru14 wrote:I agree. The Destroyers had no business being on the Tablet.
sticky-runes wrote:Ideally, the 108 should be characters who fight alongside us for a common purpose, right up until their death or our victory.
Wolkendrache wrote:sticky-runes wrote:Ideally, the 108 should be characters who fight alongside us for a common purpose, right up until their death or our victory.
Actually this applies more to the novel characters. The games’ SoDs all fight alongside you for different purposes.
Antimatzist wrote:We could argue a lot how the antagonists actually help your own cause and a character such as Landis, that gym teacher or somebody who plants tomatoes doesn't.
Raww Le Klueze wrote:The problem is that while Landis, Kenji and many others can be percieved as useless, they do join of their own free will. The Destroyers are the only people that have ever appeared on the Tablet of Promise without wanting to or making a conscious choice to.
In order for the premise to work the Tablet should always be full regardless of if you've recruited someone or not, because every other character on every other tablet has either been part of your group already by the time you get the tablet or agreed to join your group afterwards. The Destroyers just appear on the Tablet because... reasons. It's contrary to every other star recruited before or since.
Though the worst part is probably how the game never even mentions it. The Tablet just appears for no particular reason and no one is the least bit concerned about why there's giant stone with everyone's names on it, including the people they're fighting against. At least in the manga there was a scene of Luc being bothered by appearing on it.
In Suikoden III, the story after the three protagonists finally join up was shortened due to development time restraints.
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